WORCESTER ART MUSEUM FOURTEENTH ANNUAL EXHI BITION OF OIL PAINTINGS BY AMERICAN PAINTERS MAY 28th TO SEPTEMBER 18th NINETEEN HUNDRED ELEVEN If) w Q) (0 S S © .2 Q) 0) pq (d in a) > IN -4 Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 http://archive.org/details/catalogueofsumme1911worc CATALOGUE OF SUMMER EXHIBITION WORCESTER ART MUSEUM WORCESTER, MASS. igi i WORCESTER ART MUSEUM Officers for 191 1 President DANIEL MERRIMAN Vice-President . . . FRANCIS H. DEWEY Clerk ...... THOMAS H. GAGE Treasurer , . . . LINCOLN N. KINNICUTT Trustees DANIEL MERRIMAN FRANCIS H. DEWEY THOMAS H. GAGE LINCOLN N. KINNICUTT LYMAN A. ELY GEORGE E. FRANCIS HELEN BIGELOW MERRIMAN NATHANIEL PAINE FRANCES M. LINCOLN AUSTIN S. GARVER CHARLOTTE E. W. BUFFINGTON FREDERICK S. PRATT Director of the Museum PHILIP J. GENTNER JOSE1PH DECAMP 15 The Blue Cup THOMAS W. DEWING 17. Lady with a Palm Leaf Fan Lent by Mr. John Gellatly Prizes 1900 to 1907 Prizes were first awarded in 1900, there being a first and second. In 1903 another prize was added. These prizes were awarded for the three best paintings in oil without regard to subject; $300 to the first; $200 to the second; and $100 to the third best. The prizes have been awarded as follows: 1900. 1st prize, In the Mirror, Edmund C. Tarbell. 2d prize, The End of the Day, W. Sergeant Kendall. 1901. 1st prize, An Arrangement, Alfred H. Maurer. 2d prize, A Fairy Tale, W. Sergeant Kendall. 1902. 1st prize, Portrait of a Young Man, George Louis Car- specken. 2d prize, Fisherman of Finisterre, Charles Hopkinson. 1903. 1st prize, The North Atlantic, Charles Herbert Woodbury. 2d prize, The Old Quarry, Winter, W. L. Lathrop. 3d prize, Returning Home, Gifford Beal. 1904. 1st prize, Rehearsal in the Studio, Edmund C. Tarbell. 2d prize, Portuguese Fisher Boys, Charles W. Hawthorne. 3d prize, The Horsemen, Bryson Burroughs. 1905. 1st prize, Polperro, Henry B. Snell. 2d prize, James J. Storrow, Jr., Charles Hopkinson. 3d prize, Old Paris Cabman, Henry Salem Hubbell. 1906. 1st prize, The Old Mill, W. Granville Smith. 2d prize, Portrait of Mrs. Ullman, Eugene Paul Ullman. 3d prize, Rock Cliff, Appledore, Childe Hassam. 1907. 1st prize, Oxen Drinking, Horatio Walker. 2d prize, At Sea, Charles Herbert Woodbury. 3d prize, Portrait of Mrs. H., Henry Oliver Walker. For the year 1908 the Board of Directors voted to buy at least one painting from the exhibition, instead of giving prizes. Paintings bought from the Eleventh Annual Exhibition, 1908. 1908. Snow, by John H. Twachtman. At Sunset, by Charles H. Davis. Sally, by Joseph DeCamp. Entrance to the Harbor of Polperro, by Henry B. Snell. Paintings bought from the Twelfth Annual Exhibition, 1909. 1909. Autumn Sunset, by Dwight W. Tryon. The Clearing, by J. Francis Murphy. Venetian Girl, by Charles W. Hawthorne. Mother and Child, by Mary Cassatt. Girl Playing Solitaire, by Frank W. Benson. List of Illustrations ARTHUR B. DA VIES The B utterly and the Beetle 12 JOSEPH DECAMP The Blue Cup. 15 THOMAS W. DEWING Lady with a Palm Leaf Fan 17 PHILIP L. HALE Portrait 22 CHILDE HASSAM The Breakfast Room 23 CHARLES W. HAWTHORNE Morning Chocolate 24 SERGEANT KENDALL Sisters 27 WILLIAM L. LATHROP Misty Day 31 ERNEST LAWSON Harlem Riyer at High Bridge 32 GARI MELCHERS Mother and Child 38 WILLARD L. METCALF A June Pastoral 39 WILLIAM M. PAXTON The Breakfast 43 EDMUND C. TARBELL Girl Crochetting 50 IRVING R. WILES A Quiet Corner 54 PHILIP L. HALE 2 2 Portrait - © z r> H c - 8 ki 6 a) Z ® en £ h < £ i— i E cs CATALOGUE HUGO BALLIN. 1. Mrs. B. Lent by Mr. William S. Pardee. FRANK W. BENSON. 2. A Calm Morning, Lent by Mr. Charles A . Coolidge. RALPH A. BLAKELOCK. 3. Encampment. GEORGE DE FOREST BRUSH. 4. Mother and Child. WALLACE BRYANT. 5. Portrait of Alfred Worcester, M. D. WILLIAM GEDNEY BUNCE. 6. Morning in Venice. ETTORE CASKR. 7. Childhood. MARY CASSATT. 8. Caresse Maternelle, WILLIAM MERRITT CHASE. 9. Lady with the White Shawl. Lent by Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. LEON DABO. 10. Silver Light. ELLIOTT DAINGERFIELD. 11. Whispering Trees. ARTHUR B. DAVIES. 12. The Butterfly and the Beetle. Lent by Mr, William Macbeth, CHARLES H. DAVIS. 13. Gray Hills by the Sea. HENRY GOLDEN DEARTH. 14. Boulogne Harbor, Moonlight. CHARLES W. HAWTHORNE, 24. Morning Chocolate Lent by Mr. Burton Mansfield SERGEANT KENDALL 2 7 Sisters Lent by Mrs. Roland C. Lincoln E fc u (0 <Q . ■+-> <_■ xl Vh >- £ Z A P Q) *0D "(0 •M u pq c •M 43 % QD '0D C •M E U -<-> (D a 43 +j u >> > 43 c CO c *5 <! <d JE H CO CN W CO 2 ti U joseph decamp. 15. The Blue Cup. LOUIS PAUL DESSAR. 16. Rocky Road Clearing. THOMAS W. DEWING. 17. Lady with a Palm Leaf Fan. Lent by Mr. John Gellatly. PAUL DOUGHERTY. 18. Moonlit Cliffs. FREDERIC C. FRIESEKE. 19. In the Doorway. LILLIAN M. GENTH. 20. Springtime. JOSEPH H. GREENWOOD. 21. Spring. PHILIP L. HALE. 22. Portrait. 8 chii.dk hassam. 23. The Breakfast Room, Winter Morn- ing, New York. CHARLES W. HAWTHORNE. 24. Morning Chocolate. Lent by Mr. Burton Mansfield. WINSLOW HOMER. 25. On a Lee Shore. Lent by Rhode Island School of Design. JOHN C. JOHANSEN. 26. Palazzo Franchetti, Venice. October. SERGEANT KENDALL. 27. Sisters. Lent by Mrs. Roland C. Lincoln. LOUIS KRONBERG. 28. Repose. JOHN LA FARGE. 29. Paradise Valley. 30. Old House in a Snow Storm. Lent by Mrs. Thornton K. Lothrop- GARI MELCHERS 38. Mother and Child a It. U So <S (0 U pu S 3 Q < CO WILLIAM L. LATHROP. 31. Misty Day. ERNEST LAWSON. 32. Harlem River at High Bridge. Lent by Engineers* Club, New York. JONAS LIE. 33. Painting the Bridge. PHILIP LITTLE. 34. Wild Asters and Goldenrod. WILTON LOCKWOOD. 35. Peonies. MARY L. MACOMBER. 36. Night and Sleep. Lent by Mrs. Walter S. Ballon. M. JEAN McLANE. 37. Portrait of Baby Margaret. GARI MELCHERS. 38. Mother and Child. 10 WILLARD L. METCALF. 39. A June Pastoral. . RICHARD E. MILLER. 40. Interior. J. FRANCIS MURPHY. 41. Approach to an Old Farm. Lent by Dr. Alexander C. Humphreys. JEROME MYERS. 42. The Park Swing. WILLIAM M. PAXTON. 43. The Breakfast. EDWARD W. REDFIELD. 44. Snow Drifts. Lent by Miss Ellen D. Sharpe. ROBERT REID. 45. The Furs. ELIZABETH WENTWORTH ROBERTS. 46. Lobster Pots. 2 2 S £ H < CO EDMUND C. TAR3ELL 50 Girl GroGtvettmg Lent by Mr. Bela L. Pratt 11 CHAUNCBY F. RYDER. 47. Misty Morning, Library Lane. JOHN SINGER SARGENT. 48. Alpine Landscape. G. GARDNER SYMONS. 49. Swift Flowing Paver in Winter. EDMUND C. TARBELL. 50. Girl Crochetting. Lent by Mr. Beta L. Pratt. D WIGHT W.'TR YON. 51. An Autumn Morning. HORATIO WALKER. 52. The Sty Boy Feeding Pigs. J. ALDEN WEIR. 53. June. IRVING R. WILES. 54. A Quiet Corner. Lent by Mr. C. J. Billwiller. Addresses of Artists Represented in the Present Exhibition Many of the paintings are for sale. Prices and other information may be obtained at the desk in the picture gal- leries. The Museum receives no commission upon sales. Ballin, Hugo, Saugatuck, Conn. Benson, Frank W., Salem, Mass. Brush, George DeF., Dublin, N. H. Bryant, Wallace, 9 Exeter St., Boston. Bunce, William G., 21 Woodland St., Hartford, Conn. Caser, Ettore, Grundmann Studios, Boston. Cassatt, Mary, care Durand-Ruel, 16 Rue LaFitte, Paris. Chase, William M., 333 Fourth Ave., New York. Dabo, Leon, 108 E 23rd St., New York. Daingerfield, Elliott, 222 W. 59 St., New York. Davies, Arthur B., 53 W 39 St., New York. Davis, Charles H., Mystic, Conn. Dearth, Henry G., 29 Washington Sq., New York. DeCamp, Joseph, 20 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. Dessar, Louis P., 25 W. 67 St., New York. Deering, Thomas W., 51 W. 10 St., New York. Dougherty, Paul, 25 W. 67 St., New York. Frieseke, Frederic C, care W. H. Foote, 939 8th Ave., New York. Genth, Lillian M., 27 W. 67 St., New York. Greenwood, Joseph H., 21 Merrick St., Worcester. Hale, Philip L., Fenway Studios, Boston. Hassam, Childe, 130 W. 57 St., New York. Hawthorne, Charles W., 1947 Broadway, New York. IRVING R. WILES 53. A Quiet Corner Lent by Mr. C. J. Billwiller 13 Johansen, John C, 62 N. Washington Sq., New York. Kendall, Sergeant, Kay St., Newport, R. I. Kronberg, Louis, care Boston Art Club, Boston. Lathrop, William L., New Hope, Bucks Co., Pa. Lawson, Ernest, 64 Washington Sq., S., New York. Lie, Jonas, 60 Washington Sq., S., New York. Little, Philip, Salem, Mass. Lockwood, Wilton, 282 Boylston St., Boston. Macomber, Mary L., 33 W 67 St., New York. McLane, M. Jean (Mrs. John C. Johansen), 62 Washington Sq. New York. Melchers, Gari, 80 W. 40 St., New York. Metcalf, Willard L., 33 W. 67 St., New York. Miller, Richard E., 450 Fifth Ave., New York. Murphy, J. Francis, 222 W. 23 St., New' York. Meyers, Jerome, 61 W. 37 St., New York. Paxton, William M., Fenway Studios, Boston. Redfield, Edward W., Centre Bridge, Pa. Reid, Robert, 130 W. 57 St., New York. Roberts, Elizabeth W., Concord, Mass. Ryder, Chauncey F., 30 E. 57 St., New York. Sargent, John S., 33 Tite St., Chelsea, London, England. Symons, G. Gardner, 192 State St., Brooklyn. Tarbell, Edmund C, New Castle, N. H. Tryon, D wight W., 226 W 59 St., New York. Walker, Horatio, care Montross Gallery, 550 Fifth Ave., New York Weir, J. Alden, 51 W. 10 St., New York. Wiles, Irving R., 130 W 57 St., New York.